Arignar Anna Zoological Park – Easily the largest Zoo in India
Covelong Beach – Located on the East Coast, en route to Mahabalipuram
Elliot’s Beach – Located in Besant Nagar
MGM Dizzee World – Amusement and Entertainment park
Marina Beach – Urban beach in the city, along the bay of Bengal
Mayajaal – It consists of a shopping mall, a multiplex, a sports complex and a resort
Sathyam Theatre – Sathyam offers a variety of entertainment. Apart from the state of the art technology, it houses Blur, the largest multi-format gaming facility in India and the concept restaurants, ID and Ecstasy.
Mahabalipuram – Home to a group of sanctuaries founded by the Pallava kings. These sanctuaries were carved out of rock along the Coromandel coast in the 7th and 8th centuries. It is known especially for its rathas (temples in the form of chariots), mandapas (cave sanctuaries), giant open-air reliefs such as the famous ‘Descent of the Ganges’, and the temple of Rivage
Pondicherry – Largest, old French Colony in India. Beach promenade for a leisure stroll
Kanchipuram – Also known as the ‘Silk City’ is home to hand woven, traditional sarees produced with pure, luxurious Mulberry silk.
Tirupahi – Tirumala Sri Venkateswara Temple(also known as Tirupathi) is a famous Vedic temple in the hill town of Tirumala. It is the richest temple in the world in terms of donations received and wealth, and the most-visited place of worship in the world. The temple is visited by about 50,000 to 100,000 pilgrims daily (30 to 40 million people annually on average), while on special occasions and festivals, like the annual Brahmotsavam, the number of pilgrims shoots up to 500,000, making it the most-visited holy place in the world
Arulmigu Ekambareswarar Temple – It is the largest temple in the town of Kanchipuram. Just the temple gopuram (gateway tower) is 59m tall, which is one of the tallest in the whole of India
Kanchi Kailasanath Temple – It is a Hindu temple in the Dravidian architectural style and is the oldest structure in Kanchipuram. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva
Kapaleeswarar Temple – Temple of Lord Shiva, which was built around 7th Century in Dravidian Architecture.
Parthasarathy Temple – It is an 8th Century Hindu Vaishnavite temple dedicated to god Krishna, originally built by Pallavas. The temple is one of the oldest structures in Chennai.
San Thome Basilica – is a Roman Catholic (Latin Rite) minor basilica in Santhome, in the city of Chennai (Madras), India. It was built in the 16th century by Portuguese explorers, over the supposed tomb of St Thomas, an apostle of Jesus. In 1893, the British rebuilt it as a church with the status of a cathedral. The British version still stands today. It was designed in Neo-Gothic style, favoured by British architects in the late 19th century.